Willow Lake

Bridger-Teton National Forest

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Unnamed Road Pinedale, WY 82941 307-367-4326 307-739-5500

GPS: 42.991, -109.9

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Overview of Willow Lake

Number of Sites 8

Elevation 7,677 ft / 2,339 m

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Last reported 8/12/2022
DustyNC
SD
34' Grand Design 287BH
Dodge Ram 2500
16 reviews
“Lots of Good - Some Bad”

Reviewed 8/12/2022

Nightly rate: FREE!
Days stayed: 7
Overall Rating

The campground does not have designated spaces, nor water/electric/trash. Carry in - Carry out.
The site locations are obvious due to ground wear and there are picnic tables, fire rings, bear-proof storage boxes, and a vault toilet (which is poorly maintained - byotp).

Right now, I have 14 neighbors, and there is room for a few more. A BIG Negative here, which I've seen happening in other locations, is people bring out their campers, parking them in the best spots, and then leaving, only to come out for a day or two on the weekend. There is a 14-day camping limit, but it is obviously not being well enforced!

It is a 10 mile drive on dirt/gravel roads out of Pinedale to get here, and the last 1/2 mile is very rough. But I made it in with my 35" 5th-wheel. Would I do it again with the Road conditions.. NO. The place is quite beautiful and serene, with of distant view of the Tetons.
The lake, at an elevation of about 7500', is clean and a bit chilly, but not too uncomfortable to take a quick bath in. I will update the "serenity" part after this coming weekend, and see if things change.

Another good point is that I drove back down the gravel road the next day to check out Soda Lake, which is much smaller than Willow Lake. Big difference is that there is dispersed camping on the entire perimeter of Soda Lake, while just a small area on Willow Lake. There are 75-80 great spots to camp on, many are level and big rig friendly! Not to mention that most sites have a fantastic view of the Gannett Mountain Range.

My next stop will be Soda Lake which hands down, is a far better Camping location.

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DustyNC
SD
34' Grand Design 287BH
Dodge Ram 2500
16 reviews

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Amenities

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  • restrooms: vault
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